Attack Magazine Clutter

images[1]Gather up all the magazine subscriptions you currently receive. Do you thoroughly enjoy all of them? Are they a good use of your time? Do you keep up with your reading? If not, call today to cancel your subscription(s). As you receive the current issue, toss old issues.

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3 Responses to Attack Magazine Clutter

  1. Juli Monroe says:

    There’s also various tablet-based magazine subscription services you can use, which really cuts down on the clutter. http://www.teleread.com/magazines/mobile-magazines-part-iii-next-issue/

  2. Thanks Juli. Paper or electronic – you can still have too many subscriptions. If you have a back log of more than a few months you may have too much. Especially with magazines, the information becomes old quickly.

    • Juli Monroe says:

      That’s the beauty of electronic. I do remove from my devices, but the back log is in the cloud and out of my way.

      Completely agree with cutting back the number of subscriptions, though. If you’re subscribed to more than you can or will read in a month, it’s time to look at what to trim.

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